I have engaged the services of a painter to paint a large portion of the new house, since it has 20 foot vaulted ceilings. In the age-old "well, as long as you're here...." I've got him doing a bunch of other rooms as well. One is the upstairs bathroom that will be the kids bathroom, which is currently a greenish yellow that is not offensive but I am not overly excited about.
|Please ignore the raised toilet lid.|
I will be removing that glass shower door and using a shower curtain. This is the only bathroom in the house where I can use a shower curtain, which is sad, because I think of shower curtains as a fun and affordable way to decorate and are easy to change out when the whim hits.
Here are some options I am considering.
There's always opportunity for learning! But I'm not a huge fan of clear curtains.
|Via Urban Outfitters|
This polka dot one seems like it would go with a multitude of wall colors
I have written about this shower curtain before. And I still like it. I like that it has pink and purple in it yet does not scream girly-girl. This one is a strong contender. I am taking a chance that all 107 of you won't run out and order it, because last time I loved it it was out of stock forever.
West Elm has a number of gender neutral shower curtains, like these awesome wide stripes (Emily used them in her bathroom), but I think I want something a little more colorful.
This PBK fish curtain is adorable, and totally gender neutral.
This is not gender neutral but its awesome. Apparently I have already blogged about this pink ikat from Furbish. Looking back at that post, I kind of love that mini-mood board....can I stick a hot pink shower curtain in a little boy bathroom? Too grown up for three kids under seven?
PBTeen has some really cool ones which may be jumping to the head of the line. There's a chevron and I think I could use this without even repainting:
Or a madras plaid, which I blogged about a few months ago (which was met with a resounding silence, so I'm guessing you all aren't as excited about madras as I am. Sadly, I wish this madras were a wee bit brighter. Too masculine, perhaps?)
Which ones do you like?